Angela Hooks is an adjunct faculty at Dutchess Community College in Poughkeepsie and Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park. She teaches introductory composition and literature courses. Her essay, “Becoming a Writer Again: From Research to Personal Retreat” appeared in White Stag Publication October 2015 issue #artspoeticus, and her essay “Where are the Diarist Who Look Like Me?” will appear in the spring issue of the Virginia Woolf Miscellany.
Her prose poem Seventh Avenue Brownstone was published in Sequoya 2016.
Read an excerpt from her novel, published at Noise Medium http://noisemedium.com/?s=angela+hooks.
Angela Hooks’s poem “Forgive Me For Being a Woman” will be published in Balanced Rock January 2017.